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to you. art scene of recent cnn interview may not sell the full picture. russian ambassador to the un claims that insecurity was and started including assault on syria. a look at what was missing out but hackett abbas the last walmart faces more than just a surge of shockers all our workers gathered in protest demanding better wages and conditions of bringing the sights and sounds of this black friday protests coming up. and while there's hope for an economic boost from black friday shoppers. the future i may still be diner. the new book the crash of twenty six he now warns of the future economic catastrophe brought out by the dealings of wall street bankers and governments. the bugs writer tom hartmann told us more later or shout. i am. yep the number twenty nine. i am not as in washington dc and you are me. the ten bass the turks in the land claims his interview was censored for appearance on cnn the only chair and says the cnn made significant cuts to his interview with christiane amanpour which aired on tuesday nights. is that the network but the majority of his commenta
on cnn. thank you for joining us. breaking news on cnn is tornado outbreak. tears across the upper midwest. >> our father in heaven, give us this diour daily bread and forgive us -- >> if you saw this out of your window, believe me. you would be praying as well. this is one of 11 confirmed tornados in illinois. as it hit the small town of washington near peoria. at least two deaths have been reported. this was the aftermath. nothing was left standing after the tornado was done. clean-up and recovery will take a very long time. >> look at that. this is st. louis as the storm hit. with at least 19 million people in the direct path of the worst parts of the storm. cnn has mobilized all of its resources to bring you the very latest information. jonathan monken is a director of the emergency management agency. we have him on the phone. we spoke to you about an hour ago. what is the latest information. you confirmed two deaths. what do you know now? >> caller: i can confirm we have a third death associated with the storm. this is in the town of washington. so somebody unable to get down
hour of "news room" begins now. >>> you are in the cnn news room. good evening, i'm martin savidge, good to be with you. topping the news, an international deal that is so close, but not quite in reach. i'm talking iran and the work being done now to head off the nuclear arms race in the middle east. secretary of state, john kerry is in switzerland right now along with negotiators in china, europe russia and iran. they have been meeting for days and tell us an agreement is very close, the closest it's ever been. on one point, iran will not budge. stay there, we are going live to geneva in a couple minutes. >>> just in time for the busiest travel week of the year, a powerful weather system sweeping across the country. rain, snow and powerful winds creating problems in a number of states. icy roads are causing major travel issues. we have what to expect as the storm moves east. >> dangerous driving conditions along interstate 10 and in texas and up to new mexico. because of ice and we are looking at snowy conditions. they are saying watch out, especially in west texas and then we sta
the artsy yet recent cnn interview may not show the full picture are the russian ambassador to the un claims that his interview was in third. his thoughts on syria. a look at what was missing. and the filmmaker with a history of crossing lines consider taboo. oliver stone the man behind films like scarface and platoon now has a documentary series about the un told parts of american history for un action and south. coming up. wallace called for an economic boost from black friday shopper the future may still be dire the new book the crash of twenty sixteen at warren's of a future economic catastrophe brought about by the dealings of wall street saying firms and government health writer tom hartman tells us more up later in the show. yet the number twenty nine four p m in washington d c i a mile you are watching our tv while starting on the power of the russian ambassador to the un claims the interview was censored. after appearance on cnn the trolley tour and says cnn made significant cuts to his interview with christiane amanpour which aired on tuesday nine. sharpton says th
. >> smoking is not allowed on any delta flight. >> reporter: you're live in the "cnn newsroom." good morning everyone. i'm carol costello, thank you so much for joining me. november is coming in like a lion, sorry to mix up weather cliches but a massive storm hammered millions from maine to texas and today that same storm will make life miserable for the northeast. the scariest incident perhaps in douglas, kansas, a school bus drove through deep water on the road and plunged off a bridge into a swollen creek. look at that. ten children and the driver managed to climb through the roof hatch before rescue crews got them to dry land. >> we climbed out and got on top of the bus. i thought i was going to die. >> bus fell over, off the bridge into the river, and then we climbed out the window. >> all of this could have ended worse, could have washed on down and been trapped and taken longer for rescue to get to, the bus could have filled up with water quicker, it could have went completely underwater, kids might have washed downstream. from the high water we've had the last couple of days so we're
.m. eastern. have a great weekend. . >>> hello, everyone. i'm fredricka whitfield. welcome to "cnn newsroom." getting down to the wire. the sun set in geneva, switzerland but talks between iran foreign leaders and u.s. secretary of state john kerry continue. both sides indicating a deal is within reach but no hints about how close they might be. listen to what the british foreign minister said earlier. >> well, there is a huge amount of agreements, and it remains the case that a huge amount of progress has been made in recent weeks on this, and's that the state of this negotiation is entirely different from a few months ago with iran. that's positive. but some of the difficult areas remain very difficult. >> amp geneva secretary kersee schedukersee -- kerry is scheduled to go to london. if there is going to be a deal, seems today would be the day. >>> north korea confirmed two swedish diplomats it is obtaining a korean war veteran merrill newman saying the country has been holding him since october 26th. his wife is pleading for his release saying he only had enough heart medicine for the t
challenge, it's easy to do, logon to cnn.com/fitnation and you can sign up there and upload your video submission. that's all the time we got for "sg md." time now to get you back to the "cnn newsroom" with rosa florez. >>> you're in the "cnn newsroom." i'm rosa florez in for my friend don lemon. thank you so much for being with me on this saturday. we have a lot to get to, and we start with obama care take two. the white house said that it's a train wreck website that would be fixed by the end of november. well, tomorrow is december 1st. and if the site isn't fixed, president obama could see his approval ratings drop even lower. cnn's tory dunnan is covering the last-second fix-it from washington. >> reporter: it's been a frenzied race to fix healthcare.gov and today november 30th, is the day when president obama promised the website would be running smoothly for the vast majority of users. >> by the end of this month, we anticipate that it is going to be working the way that it is supposed to. all right? >> reporter: it's been two months since the botched rollout on october 1st
marquez, cnn, hollywood. >> all right. we're going to hear from andy kauffman's brother tomorrow at 3:00 eastern here on cnn. >>> we have much more straight ahead in the newsroom and it all starts right now. >>> i'm fredricka whitfield, here are the top stories from the cnn newsroom. princeton university students may need to get an emergency vaccine before going home to help stop the spread of a rare, dangerous strain of meningitis. >>> and toronto mayor, rob ford, admitted to smoking crack, buying drugs and drinking himself into a stuper, but as the city council votes to limit his powers, ford is apologizing but not backing down. >>> and it has been three years since a california family mysteriously vanished. now the search is over but there still remain questions. >>> first up, the meningitis outbreak at princeton university. the school and health officials are taking it extremely seriously. here is why. it involves a rare strain of the bacterial disease that can be deadly and there's no vaccine available in this country. that's why the federal government is looking overseas for hel
this week. i will see you next week. >> hello everyone. welcome to the cnn newsroom where we are watching severe storms threatening one third of the nation. that is more than 120 million people in 126 states. a dangerous tornado is ripping through illinois and major cities are in the strike zone. we have correspondents on the ground. let's start with you karen, what is the latest on the information that you are get sng. >> as you mentioned, this is an extremely situation it affects millions of people. tornado watches are extending down toward mississipouri. these are the areas that have erupted. the most recent one was a report coming out of illinois. they had reports of structural damage there and minor injuries. earlier in the day, 11:55 local time we had damage recorded in pecan, illinois. the reruption of these tornados is still owe curing as we go throughout the afternoon hours. we are looking at illinois now. chicago is way up here. to the south of chicago we are looking at a tornado warning. a dangerous situation which is across this region. here is interstate 57, much of these sto
hassle today. >>> a story you won't see anywhere else. a cnn investigation that's literally life and death for anyone who has reason to suspect they have cancer, any wait for answers feels like too long. and medically speaking, some waits can kill. with that as the backdrop, here is the headline. some of america's military veterans, men and women owe a tremendous debt to dying. they are dying because of long waits and needed care at va hospitals. at one hospital patients die for one reason. they were made to wait too long to get a simple colonoscopy that would have detected cancer and saved lives. and what's worse, the va knows all about their problems and does nothing to prevent veterans dying for care. here is drew griffin keeping them honest. >> reporter: to understand the problems with the va is to start is the williams jennings bryan dorn medical center here in columbia, south carolina. where veterans waiting for simple gastrointestinal procedures like colonoscopy have been dying. six so far confirmed and sources tell cnn, the number of vets dead or dying of cancer because t
.m. eastern time right here on cnn. >>> we have much more ahead in the "newsroom," and that starts right now. hello there. i'm miguel marquez. here are the top stories we're following in the "cnn newsroom." just a day after thanksgiving thanks, we saw brawling. black friday shoppers. we'll bring you the worst of the violent shoppers shoving and screaming trying to snag a deal. >>> eight people dead so far after a police helicopter crashes through the roof of a pub. now the search for survivors. coming up, what witnesses saw moments before impact. >>> a chilling video of an elderly u.s. tourist dragged off a plane and held hostage in north korea. details on his suspicious confession, next. >>> at least eight people have died after a police helicopter crashed into a pub in scotland. the pub was packed with a concert when part of the roof came down. three victims were on the helicopter and the other five inside the pub. more than 30 people were rushed to hospitals, and police say about 14 are still there seriously injured. richard quest has the latest from glasgow. >> reporter: miguel, accordin
night, 7:00 eastern here on cnn. >>> here in the cnn news room, i'm rosa florez in for don lemon. we start with north korea. a plea from the white house, a requestions to release american detainees. an american veteran who served during the korean war apologizing to killing troops and civilians during the war. according to his family, he was detained while on a ten-day tour of north korea in october. the white house response says given his advanced age and health conditions, we urge the dprk to release mr. newman to he can return home and reunite with his family. the white house also urged them to release kenneth bay, another american held in the country for more than a year. let me bring in carl on the phone in tokyo. do we know if newman has had any contact with western officials? >> caller: we do. in fact, we understand from the state department that on saturday a swedish diplomat did visit newman. we haven't had word about the state of his health right now but certainly that swedish diplomats had access. u.s. diplomats can't meet because north korea and the u.s. don't have diplom
and you're a passenger in your own car. >>> also breaking this morning, a new cnn poll saying the majority of americans still have an open mind about obama care. the big question, though, will the government make its november deadline? >>> plus -- shoving, screaming and sales. ahh, yes, the black friday bargain battle blast has begun, online or in the store, where is the better deal. >>> and trick shot. alex tanny scoring a contract with the cleveland browns. after the browns saw his youtube videos. we have one word for alex this morning. goal! you're live in the "cnn newsroom." good morning, i'm carol costello. thanks for joining me. brace yourself, more than 40 million people traveling for thanksgiving, could be bombarded with heavy rain, strong winds, snow and possibly flooding. you're looking live at buffalo, new york this powerful storm slamming the east coast. for millions of people driving home the roads are slick and dangerous. you're looking live at pittsburgh now. that's nasty. by tomorrow, every state in the u.s. except hawaii are reach below freezing temperatures, and up to a f
, time for "cnn newsroom," we head you over to john berman and christine romans. hello my friends. >> have a great weekend. . you deserve it. it is friday and "newsroom" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> you are a looking at live pictures of eternal flame lit commemorating the life of president john f. kennedy, assassinated 50 years ago today. that's a live picture of arlington national cemetery in virginia. we're remembering jfk's life throughout the day here on cnn 50 years later. good morning, everyone. i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. carol costello is off today. >> we're going to have more on the jfk remembrances later but first a 22-year ban now getting a second look and that means talking on the cell phone while flying just might become a reality. >> this goes in the worst idea ever file. whether you consider this idea annoying or if you're the one person on earth who thinks it's convenient, the fcc will consider a proposal at its next meeting in december to allow fliers to make voice calls in flight. >> back in 2004 the ban was considered
-year-old girlfriend. thank you. >>> you are in the cnn newsroom, i'm martin savidge, thank you for joining us. for thousands of typhoon victims, there is no food, no clean water to drink. phone communication is down so they cannot call for help. in too many situations the roads have been swept away. at this moment, there is no way to get help or for help to get there. straight to the philippines live. cnn's paula hancock, paula, what do people need right now, and i guess the big question, are they getting it? >> reporter: martin, what they need is food. they need water. clean water. and many of them need medication and they all need shelter. very few people have a home left standing. hundreds of people have arrived overnight. same happened the night before. they want to get out. they do not want to be in the area. they don't have a home. many lost residents and they don't have food and water. they just want to get on one of the military planes that's landing ever so often here at the airport and they want to go to manila. many don't have a place to stay. they just want it get o
, but not everyone agrees. israel calls the deal a quote historic mistake waysed on global self delusion. cnn's chief political k correspondent joining us from washington. >> in the oend, when you look at this, not only does the u.s. suspect that iran was -- is building a nuclear weapon, they have also condemned it as a nation state of that spread sinister richl. it is not as well as the syrian presidentment there are many reasons not to trust iran at this point. the simple answer was we don't trust them and we don't have to. >> none of this is based on trust. it's not a question of trust. it's a question of having the verification and the insights into the program and the commitments to be held accountable so you are in fact creating a fail safe mechanism by which you are making your judgments. >> what about members of congress? what action might there be this week? >> this week, none because of the thanksgiving week. but harry reid, the majority leader in the senate has said when we get back, they will deal with sanctions. now, what we're hearing is really bipartisan agreement. by many that this is
stories we're following in the "cnn newsroom." >>> at least eight people have died after a police helicopter crashed into a pub in scotland. the pub was packed for a concert when part of the roof came down last night. police say three victims were on the helicopter, the other five inside the pub, and there's a chance there could be more victims that crews have not been able to reach quite yet. correspondent richard quest spoke to witnesses and what they saw around when this happened. >> reporter: a local member of parliament, jim murphy, said he arrived moments after the crash. >> most of the helicopter appeared to be inside the pub. only part of it from the top. >> reporter: murphy says he saw at least ten people who were injured, including people who were struggling with consciousness and others with bleeding wounds to the head. christina o'neil, who saw the crash from her apartment across the street, said she heard what sounded like a low-flying airplane. >> sounded like a couple -- [ inaudible ] and then i just heard a massive crash. >> reporter: after the souventh impact, she
. want to bring in chad meyers joining us from the cnn weather center. >> this is one of the top 12, the top dozen, of all storms ever seen on this planet. with the satellite or in person. that's how big this is. it is not as deep as gilbert and wilma in the atlantic, but the wind speeds are higher than those storms because of the eye is so small. this is just the most incredible picture i can show you. this eye, right there just -- it reminds me of andrew, slamming into south florida. as the eye of andrew got small somewhere smaller. andrew's eye was the most important part of that storm because that's where the big wins were, 150, 160 miles per hour. this storm is sandy-size in width. this is the entire country of the philippines. there's a lot of water under the storm, there's going to be storm surge, 50, maybe 60 feet, all the people along the eastern shores of the philippines will be moving out and getting to higher ground as a cat 5 hurricane, 175 miles per hour. right now they're thinking -- they don't fly planes into these storms out here. they're thinking about 190 miles pe
sea in a cluster of small uninhabited islands claimed by both china and japan. cnn pentagon correspondent barbara starr is following developments for us. barbara, we had china declare the zone, u.s. planes flew through it, china warned again, u.s. planes flew through again. what's to keep this from escalatin escalating? >> reporter: right now, joe biden. the vice president is headed to china next week to sit down and talk to them. but this is all happening in the middle of war games between the u.s. and japan in the region, and escalating tensions here at the pentagon, what u.s. officials, the line they are trying to push is that they routinely fly through this international air space, that these are reconnaissance flights, nothing unusual they say. they're not trying to poke china in the eye, they are not trying to escalate tensions. but the question now is can china keep this up. has china overplayed its hand. does it have the midair refueling capability to keep sending its fighters into the air. does it have the radar coverage to keep looking for these planes. what if the
with "health care site rushing to make fixes by sunday." cnn's tory dunnan is in washington to help us sort it all out. technicians took the site down overnight for maintenance. it's back up now. all is well in washington, or are the president's fixers still scrambling at the last minute? who has the headline right, tory? >> well, miguel, you said it perfectly, depends upon who you ask. what we do know is that they've been working 24/7 on the upgrades and fixes, and this is a politically important weekend for the president, but it's hard to tell whether the administration is meeting his promise that the site will be running smoothly for the vast majority of users. they're not telling us, and there's no real way for us or other experts to find out, other than from hearing stories from users -- that's, of course, not at least until tomorrow when we know the white house is planning to hold a conference call with reporters. so far, we've heard that with the scheduled upgrades that happened last night and ones that are scheduled for tonight, the administration says that they are on track to meet
cocaine. >>> watch this and other programs online at booktv.org. now on booktv, cnn's morgan talks about shooting straight talking about the career in journalism and weighs in on gun control, gay marriage, and religion. this is about an hour. >> this begins in june of 2010 when you are offered the chance to replace larry king who, you yourself, call a living legend, and at that point, you have been in really working in television for about seven years, i think, and crossing the pond regularly to do "america's got talent," and "the apprentice," but you had never done anything like this before, so were you frightened? >> it was unnerving. i remember who was being fairly self-confident about these things, but i remember the really big moment for me was when i went to the monkey bar in new york on new year's eve, end of that year, with a few friends, andrew lloyd weber's daughter who managedded to steal all his mar go, 1982, which if you know your wife, particularly good. we had truckloads of it, hungover, and i tried to walk it off. i saw this absolutely gigantic a 150 miles stares at me. i
in libya during the attack and also afterwards. so far they have not talked to congress. >> we here at cnn have reported the cia has specifically told those operators to keep quiet. drew griffin is with the cnn investigations unit. drew, first of all, excellent reporting on all of this. they're pushing back right now on what you're reporting. what are they saying? >> being completely transparent the cia director says cnn is wrong, he is not pressuring anybody not to talk to congress and in fact is willing to facilitate and september out a letter facilitating the meeting between his workers in benghazi and congress. be that as it may, members of congress finally are going to get what they want, a face to face meeting with some of the cia contractors on the background in benghazi the night of that terrorist attack last september. >> cnn has learned a house intelligence subcommittee is scheduled to hear from cia security officers in benghazi who are expected to tell a much more detailed story on what went on the night ambassador chris stephens and three others were killed in a terrorist attac
health, just do this logon to cnn.com/fitnation and you and i will train together. that's all the time we've got for "sg md." time now to get you back into the "cnn newsroom" with don lemon. >>> welcome back, everyone, to our live news coverage. i'm don lemon, you're in the "cnn newsroom." it is 6:00 sunday morning in the philippines. sunrise breaking on a national tragedy, and i'm talking about the utter devastation caused by an enormous pacific typhoon. the storm smashed into the philippine islands with a fury tearing roofs from buildings, ripping trees from the ground and cutting off hundreds of thousands of people from communications and any ability to move to safety. the people of the philippines are not only dealing with the cleanup and repair but the human cost is immense. early estimates put the death toll at more than 1,200 people and that's just in two coastal provinces. that number will likely rise considerably as casualty reports come in from rural areas. about 350,000 people are without homes today because of that storm. >>> and we have some remarkable images that we want to
out to cnn. alex summers reveals why she knew her father killed her mother. >>> and richy incognito goes on the offensive. we'll have his side of the scandal coming up. we begin in the philippines where the loss of life from a monster storm has hit a staggering number. 10,000 people are feared dead. turning homes into rubble and turning homes into entire commutes. bodies are littering the streets. medical supplies are running out. president toured some of the hardest hit areas today. he is facing growing outrage over the government's slow response to that disaster. he is blaming a brooke anderseie local level. people prayed as the winds howled outside. cnn producer tim schwartz and andrew stephens helped rescue people trapped in hotel rooms and used mattresses to push them to safety in waste high flood water and then they went back to covering the storm. we turn now to andrew for the latest developments. >> reporter: it struck with terrifying and deadly force. the aftermath, the city's ch shattered landscape. it was not the wind that did it. it was the storm surge. water that engulf
was packing winds and hail. at least 19 people in the direct path. cnn has mobilized all of its resour resources to bring you the very latest information. i want you to stick with me throughout the hours here on cnn. most of the amazing imagings have come to us from the people living right in the middle of them. rosa, what have you been finding out? >> we're seeing a lot of funnel clouds, a lot of dark clouds. let's start with some of the destruction. this is south of chicago. you're going to see a lot of debris only the ground. i'm not sure if we can get some of the audio, but you're going to start hearing not only the winlds, but people talking. you'll see trees that are snapped, branchs all over the place, downed power lines, people walking on the streets and, quite frajly, some of them are everyone starting to clean upright there. >> now we're going to take you to chicago. hopefully, we'll be able to listen to this for a little bit. take a listen to this. >> so this was one of our ireporters. you can tell that it's bad, but it's not too bad. it's intense, and this ireporter describ
, next on "cnn newsroom." >>> stormfront's a-comin', heading into the busiest travel week of the year, and along with typical delays, a massive storm system is threatening to make the travel worse. >>> new this morning, secretary of state john kerry arrives in geneva to hammer out an agreement on iran's nuclear program. the sources say there are some encouraging signs, but will that be enough to cement an historic deal? >>> you have people gathered. you've given them the opportunity. they have to be brave enough to take it. >> yes, catnis, you have to be brave enough to take it. it's pulling in big numbers for its first showing and opening weekend could be one for the hollywood history books. >> you weren't making fun. you were acting. you were acting! >> yes, part of the plot, part of the energy. >> well, we are not acting when we say, welcome to "new day." we're so glad to have your company, 10:00. i guess it's "newsroom." >> yes, it is, but a new day for those who slept in. >> there you go. thank you for saving me. i'm christi paul. >> and i'm victor blackwell. you are in the "cnn
i'll see you right here in 30 minutes from now at the top of the hour when "cnn newsroom" continues. >>> but right now, keep it right here for "sanjay gupta, m.d." >>> welcome to "sg md," we're sure to keep you healthy this thanksgiving weekend, including family, food, and football. the question is, can football be a safer game? >>> also there's this amazing medical mystery, this young jock who really wasn't into music at all, then he had a concussion. well, now he plays 13 instruments. how is that possible? >>> but, first, heaven. is it real? here's cnn's -- >> i could see the scene on the riverbank. i could see them pull my body to the shore. i could see them start cpr. i had no pulse and i wasn't breathing. one fellow was yelling at me to come back. >> reporter: you were unconscious, so how do you know that all this was happening? >> i felt my body break free, and i felt my spirit break free, and i was greeted by these people or these spirits. i could be with them and be going down this incredible pathway and simultaneously look back at the river. when i saw my body, i will say t
ones. cnn's paula hancocks has that. >> reporter: loretta lost three of her dauters in a matter of seconds. the storm surge from typhoon haiyan tore them from her husband's arms. aged 15, 13 and 8. only two bodies have been found. >> only one missing is my eldest daughter. i hope she's alive and we're hoping that she's alive and she was somewhere but is alive. >> reporter: she became emotional as she remembers seeing bodies float past her home. she says she was on the roof to avoid the water. they are just some of the victims congregating at the airstrip. many have walked for hours to get their first food since the storm. it's become the military's staging area. a first aid center is set up for cuts and bruises, but they can do little for a serious gash to the head. one of her first priorities, restoring communications. >> from today, maybe in 48 hours hopefully, we're now relying on satellite phones. >> reporter: as we move further inland, we come across more bodies. this is the local chapel effectively being turned into a morgue. inside are nine bodies, five of them are childr
. toronto mayor rob ford. is he coming to a theater near you? you're live in the "cnn newsroom." and good morning to you. i'm carol costello, with less than 24 hours to go before the busiest travel day of the year, massive storm system moving east could make getting out of town for thanksgiving one big headache for 40 million of us. this is what it looks like in columbus, ohio. see that in a second. look at that. the snow is already falling. it will keep on falling until tomorrow. here is what it looks like in pittsburgh right now. yeah, it looks like soup. 31 degrees. about an inch of snow has fallen and another three to five inches of snow are forecast. as you can see, it's cloudy and fogging. so, please, oh, please, be careful. cnn is covering the storm and how it will affect your holiday travel plans like no one else, with crews spread throughout the country. first, cnn's indra petersons with more on the deadly damaging weathe weather. >> a massive winter storm will bring heavy rain, snow, sleet and high winds to much of the east coast on the busiest travel day of the year. frustrated
us, welcome to the "cnn newsroom." i'm fredricka whitfield. here are the top stories we're following at this hour -- ishs people on the street knocked unconscious by criminals who consider their attack a game. the disturbing trend coming up. >>> two different scares at los angeles international airport. one prompted this response from police. >> everyone, on the ground! >> everybody get down! >> we'll tell you what triggered that show of force. >>> and jackie kennedy's iconic pink suit. find out where it is now and why the wearabouts of her famous pill box hat remains a mystery. >>> talks on iran's nuclear program appear to be moving closer to a deal. u.s. secretary of state john kerry met with iran's foreign minister today after arriving in switzerland early this morning. it sounds like if there is going to be a deal, today just might be the day. jim shuuto is live in geneva. what's happening now? >> reporter: well, today are or the early morning hours since that key meeting between secretary of state john ker around the iranian foreign minister javad zarif, diplomats met twice and
? >> your friends. >> we love it. it's home. >> dana bash, cnn, at the real alpha house near capitol hill. >> and i'm sure they're thrilled with that story. that's it for me. i'll be back at 5:00 eastern. "the newsroom" continues right now with brooke baldwin. >> get ready. america's travel nightmare is getting worse. this hour, airline passengers are hitting big delays and drivers hitting jam-packed roads. i'm brooke baldwin. the news is now. it's a real life homeland plot. the cia reportedly training gitmo prisoners to be double agents. a mayor facing intense pressure after a disturbing rant inside his own police station. plus, an investigation reveals stunning cruelty against animals in some of hollywood's biggest hits. and -- >> i was walking alongside the gurney holding ben's hand. ben was looking straight up and said, mom, do you see that light? >> to heaven and back. a boy reveals his near-death experience in a cnn special report. >>> hi, there. i'm brooke baldwin. thank you for joining me. millions of thanksgiving travelers are on the move or they will be very, very soon. accordin
they cross the bridges they've got ice on them. when they cross it, they lose it. >> cnn is covering this storm and lou it will affect your holiday travel plans like no one else. our crews in position right across the country. >> the an lynnal muchado in atlanta, martin savidge it, chad myers in the cnn weather center. >> an lynn fla is here in atlanta. in the south, it's getting soaked, alina. >> soaked is a good way of putting it. it's been raining here in atlanta all morning along. there it is what the south is going to be seeing today. a lot of rain. take a look at the traffic situation behind me. these roads are wet. they're slick, and this is what people are going to be experiencing south. if you head north, you're going to start running into sleet, wintry mix, possibly some snow depending where you are. more than 43 million people are expected to travel more than 50 miles from home for the thanksgiving holiday. that's according to the aaa. about 90% of those people will be driving. they'll be getting in their cars to go somewhere. so the bottom line is, if you're going to be a
revenge. you're live in the "cnn newsroom." good morning, i'm carol costello. thank you for joining me on this black friday. chances are if you're watching cnn right now, then you missed out on scenes like this one. people literally pushing and shoving their way to those bargains at this walmart store in north carolina. at another location the chaos ended in an arrest for one woman and for those who could not wait until today the shopping began shortly after the turkey was finished. . this is how this played out in a brandsmart in west palm beach, florida, while people clamored in electronics deals. cnn is tracking all of the black friday chaos, zain asher is at the macy's flagship store in new york city, kyung lah is at a walmart in los angeles, good morning. >> reporter: hi. hi, carol. i spoke to a macy's executive earlier today about the decision to open on thanksgiving, he said listen, last year we were open at midnight and we had 11,000 people outside, they already had bags from other retailers, so it's all about the competition with shoppers, it's all about getting the deals. tak
cnn's tory dunnan is live now. we're hours away from the deadline. it appears things may be working better with the website. is all well in washington, or are they preparing to fix this thing? >> reporter: wouldn't you like to be a fly on the wall? >> no. >> reporter: but in all seriousness, the latest is that the administration is on track to meet this self-imposed deadline, telling us that the site was shut down overnight for fixes, as well as updates. of course, we now know it's up and running. and here's what the goal will be in the next hours for this weekend. according to the white house, 50,000 people should be able to be on the site at the same time. we're told if there are any more users at any given time, the administration says they'll be putting in what's called a virtual queue. they'll get an e-mail that will tell them a better time to come back and try. also, in total, the goal is for some 800,000 users to go through successfully each day. and one of the questions is, does the public think this is going to be ready to roll? take a look at this, because a recent cnn/orc
. this is according to a new cnn opinion research opinion poll with a whopping 90% approval rating. let's take you now to dallas, to ed lavendera and john king, who are both standing by for me where that observance is now ending. john king, to you first, in watching all this today, the weather,iliti it's just nasty. look at the crowds, people in their ponchos. they wanted to be there. this is very personal for so many americans. when you look at the poll numbers, people still 50 years later have such a connection with this president. >> such a connection, brooke. in part because of what you mentioned at the top of the hour. he served just 1,000 days. we don't know how president kennedy would have chartered the course in vietnam. we don't know if he would have been successful in getting the civil rights bill through that president johnson later did get through. there's so many what ifs about what would have happened in the end of the first term, and of course, he was favored for a second term. people project their hopes onto a president, such an aspirational leader. people look back fondly at the promi
so it is here to stay. we are on the move. >> one woman making a real difference. don't miss cnn heroes all-star tribute this sunday, december 1st, at 8:00 p.m. eastern time. that's it for me. i'll be back at 5:00 p.m. on "the situation room." "newsroom" continues right now with ashleigh banfield. >> i'm ashleigh banfield, in for brooke baldwin. thanks for joining me, everyone, today, and happy holidays to you. of course, we're well into black friday today. and while there are certainly some sweet deals to be had, it's also getting kind of ugly out there. we'll cover all the angles over the next couple hours. first, i'm going to start with the ugly. take a look. >> i guess that's proof positive that the tvs are the hot items this year because this fight broke out over a stack of them at a walmart in north carolina. and i got to be honest, we're not entirely sure where this next skirmish happened, but it proves women are not afraid to mix it up for a cheap tv. yikes. proud to be an american. as a careful reminder as well today, when you leave with your bargains, beware. because as
. called "unguarded" right here on fridays. >>> next on "cnn newsroom," live coverage of the boston red sox victory parade, not just celebrating the comeback of the team, but the resilience of the city. >>> this is a live look at fenway park in boston. it is time to celebrate the boston red sox parade, starting at 10:00 a.m. eastern. so it's starting right now. >> right now. as you know, the red sox would be the world series against st. louis wednesday night. you're seeing everybody gather for the big celebratory parade. going down tremont, cambridge, blossom, charles river. speaking of the charles river, we'll see the duck boats. and here we go. we've seen a couple of the duck boats. kids waving. this is the third world series win for the boston red sox in just the last nine years. >> millions are expected to show up. >> yeah, 3 million showed up in 2004, the end of the curse as it's called. we'll stay with this all morning. of course, this means more than just a win for baseball team. it's also a big win for the city. >> yeah, this parade is going to actually pass by the finish line of wh
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means to be a superhero. >> good job, bat kid. >> reporter: dan simon, cnn. san francisco. >> that's fantastic. for those of you joining us in the "cnn newsroom," welcome, i'm fredricka whitfield. >>> an ivy league school scrambles to stop the suppressed a rare disease. they may approve vaccines online used overseas to protect students. >>> outrage grows as new allegations of misconduct against toronto's mayor surfaced. but rob ford is fighting to stay in office. his latest jaw-dropping comments straight ahead. >>> and 50 years after the assassination of john f. kennedy. many are still convinced his murder was a conspiracy. we'll take a look and why with the shooting in detail believe lee harvey oswald doesn't act alone. >>> rare form of meningitis are is spreading on the campus of princeton university. seven people have been diagnosed with the bacterial disease so far. and both the school and the federal government want to make sure no one else gets sick. cnn's alexandra steele has the story. >> reporter: fredricka there is no approved meningitis "b" vaccine approved in this count
took a major step toward coming to terms with its grim history. cnn is in dallas. how did the city mark this important day? >> reporter: well, it was fascinating. in the shadows of the school book depository, the sixth floor window above elm street, the final street where president john f. kennedy and jacqueline kennedy were driving on their way to give a speech here in dallas on november 22nd, 1963, this is where the president's life ended. the city of dallas came together today, this afternoon, and on the very moment that his life ended, they paid tribute to his life and legacy and what president kennedy meant to this country. ♪ oh, beautiful for spacious skies ♪ >> reporter: it took 50 years but at last, an official ceremony on the very spot where president kennedy was assassinated, at the exact moment gunshots rang out across dealey plaza five decades ago. today, bells tolled as a crowd of 5,000 stood in somber reflection. >> we watched the nightmarish reality that in our front yard, our president had been taken from us. taken from his family, taken from the world. >> reporter:
. [ laughter ] not anymore. recently, yeah -- [laughter] -- cnn has moved beyond this simplistic partisan world view to a simplistic-ier one. >> the all important u.s. russia summit over syria isn't ending when we thought it would s. that a good thing or bad thing? >> one of the most historic newspapers, "the washington post" is changing hands, a good thing or bad thing? >> jon: good thing or bad thing? let's go to the analyst flippy the coin. [ laughter ] what do you say flippy? [laughter] bad! what are thediede odds. beautiful thing about good slash bad is like beige it goes with everything n. an equally unsatisfying manner, legal stories. >> jody arias on the witness stand for 18 straight days. is it a good thing or a bad thing? >> jon: my guess is for 18 days she didn't get to kill anybody else. [ laughter ] i'm going to go with good thing. remember that complicated story about jp morgan take over washington mutual and bear sterns? watch it become a lot less complicated. >> somebody needed to do something to prevent a systemic breathdown -- breakdown and jp morgan took over those banks just
every minute of it. maggie lake, cnn, new york. >> great story and pretty great that he did it, decided i'm going to do it, it's my life and did it. thanks so much for watching and enjoy yourself and have a wonderful halloween, however you choose to celebrate it. >>> earrirerin, thanks very muc. how close we came to having vice president hillary clinton today. there is a game change book and the dump joe biden isn't the only one on it. >>> electronics cleared for take off, i'll talk to the computer geek that helped make the faa change its mind about in flight electronics. >>> a newly discovered tunnel that carries drugs into the united states by the ton. we begin with breaking news. >>> inside the reporting that political core sporespondents k for and they did it with the blockbuster game change and done it again. the new book is called "double down, game change 2012" and loaded with details how the obama campaign explained dumping joe biden and reed got the idea reid didn't pay income tax and more. the book doesn't come out until next week but jonathan martin has all the incit
, it will be a disaster, he says for the world. >>> cnn has learned cia security officers will now testify behind closed doors. at a house hearing on benghazi, they are expected to provide greater details about the terror attack that killed ambassador chris stevens and others last year. they have been trying to get access to the security officers. they will appear before law makes the week of november 11th. >>> the israel government refusing to confirm whether they attacked a facility on thursday. they say it was likely an advanced missile system that israeli feared was headed toward hezbollah. the israeli government has not acknowledged any of the attacks. >>> controversy this morning over comments made by the father of texas senator ted cruz. in a newly released video, it highlights a clip of ralph cruz calling the united states a crisp nation telling the crowd, we need to send barack obama back to kenya. listen. >> we need to send barack obama back to chicago and i'd like to send him back to kenya. >> spokesperson for the senator declines cnn's offer to respond to those comments and said pointing us
.gov up and running again normally. >>> governor chris christie revealed on cnn tuesday that mitt romney apologized for leaked information that made its way into a tell-all book about the 2012 campaign. christie slammed the romney team for a complete violation of trust, much like someone leaving their cell phone on. >> i'm terribly sorry! >> the book "double down" reveals romney's team didn't pick him as running mate because his background was littered with political land mines. >> i have to till why phone is on silent. "early start" continues right now. >>> landslide victories in new jersey and new york. nail biting finish in a swing state. >>> president obama's approval rating is nearing an all-time low. what is behind this 52-week plunge and can he recover? >>> and new jersey largest mall will reopen its doors after a gunman opened fire monday night. new details on a note authorities say the gunman left behind. >>> good morning to you. welcome to "early start." we're very happy you're with us. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> i'm miguel marquez in for the lovely and talented john berman. it's
. i'm don lemon. you are in the cnn news room. a lot of news to get to. an entire nation still in shock after one of the most powerful and destructive national disasters ever recorded. i am talking about the philippines where a massive typhoon ripped apart homes, flooded rivers and may have killed 1,200 people. the death toll will likely go up in the coming days as rescuers find more victims and the scope of the destruction nationwide becomes clearer. communications lines are down. the storm is not deed. people of eastern vietnam are bracing for what is left of the typhoon. it should hit on monday and could bring up to 12 inches of rain. cnn has correspondents throughout the philippine islands today. listen to andrew stephens describe what he experienced. >> no building escaping damage. destruction caused by the typhoon. roads are impassable. all communications are down. medical supplies are running out. food and water are becoming scarce. reports of looting are widespread. it's impossible, at this stage, to estimate the costs in human lives. we have seen bodies on the streets.
:00 eastern. but before you take your last bite on 10:00 p.m. eastern, watch season finale, on cnn. we will see you live here at 10:00 p.m. eastern right after that. next hour of cnn starts right now. >> you're in the cnn newsroom, i'm martin savidge, i'm don lemon. thank you for joining us. don is far away on special assignment, as you may have just seen. las vegas. we'll be back in touch. >>> we have to start overseaes with that desperate national emergency now facing the people of the philippines. nationwide recovery effort just beginning after a tremendous pounding by a monstrous typhoon. this was the storm when it was tearing buildings to pieces and sending millions of people to any shelter they could find. a staggering number of people didn't make it. international red cross says the death toll may soar past 10,000, in all casualty figures finally in. >> in nearly every populated area, people finding clean drinking water and food, hospitals are overrun. and veteran emergency officials tell cnn that this is by far the worse devastation in the philippines that they've ever seen. >>
convicted and jailed in cuba is pack in the united states today and in custody. cnn was on the flight with the former black panther and captured this video before he turned himself in. no word of any sentence he may face here would be reduced by time served in cuba. >>> pope francis is making more waves in the catholic church. this time asking bishops around the world -- according to catholic news sefbts, the survey is designed to help solicit information about pastoral practices and public attitudes. >>> call it the end of an era. blockbuster announcing plans to close all of its 300 remaining u.s. based retail stores and distribution centers by the beginning of next year. the parent company dish says it reflects the move toward digital distribution. blockbusterly mail will also end. the streaming serve blockbuster on demand remains in tack. >>> and lady gaga may soon be r0rding from space. the megastar is set to become the first artist to blast off in the company's ship and sing from outer space. it's scheduled for 2015. months after the first commercial flight is expected to launch.
mckenzie cnn beijing. >> we asked ck-mart's parent company and they said they found no evidence that it was subject to a labor campp. they refused to comment on the story and those allegations. no one really knows how many labor camp products have made it to the u.s. if any. one group told congress in 2008 there could be hundreds of camp producing goods for export. we have a lot more straight ahead here in the news room and it all starts right now. p. >>> hello again. these stories are topping our news this hour. unspeakable stories. survivors who need help are asking their government what is taking so long. and this simp tent could save lives in the zone. and nfl lineman richy incognito goes on the offensive. he responds to ago gation alle bullies. hear his side of the scandal comes up. >>> 10,000 people are feared dead communities are leveled and there is little food or water and medical supplies are running out. the president toured some of the hardest hit areas today. he is facing growing outrage over the slow response to the disaster. our cnn crew ap tacaptured the terrify
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